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Some of my research has been described in various media outlets, which both excites and embarrasses me. Being on the radio: cool. Sounding like a goofball on the radio: less cool.

Technologically Facilitated Remoteness Increases Killing Behavior:
Pacific Standard

The Academic Minute – a summary of the paper read by…me.

Spektrum (Germany)

The Cognitive Consequences of Formal Clothing:
The Globe and Mail (Canada)

La Vanguardia (Barcelona, Spain; link to .pdf)

Newsweek

NPR Morning Edition

The Wall Street Journal

Scientific American

The Atlantic

The Huffington Post

Time

NY Magazine

The Times UK

Boston Globe

Style.Mic

Today

Business Insanity with Barry Moltz (link to download .mp3 file)

WGN Radio (audio only)

Quality of Professional Players’ Poker Hands is Perceived Accurately from Arm Motions:
Science News

The Huffington Post

NPR (audio & transcript)

The Economist

Handling Ibuprofen Increases Pain Tolerance and Decreases Perceived Pain Intensity in a Cold Pressor Test:
Boston Globe (at bottom of page)

Pacific Standard

Avoidance-Based Voting:
NPR

Seeing Red (and Blue): Effects of Electoral College Depictions on Political Group Perception:
Blog > National Affairs (red state)

Deus ex Machina: The Influence of Polling Place on Voting Behavior:
Newsweek

LA Daily News

Social Science Research Network

89.3 KPCC

CSUN Daily Sundial

Psychology Today

Nonverbal Place Communication (05-20-10) | Research Design Connections

Blog > National Affairs (deus)

Cracked.com

The Pulpit: Colorado Springs Gazette

Pacific Standard

Shedding Light on Insight: Priming Bright Ideas:
Yahoo! News

The Pen is Mightier Than the Word: Object Priming of Evaluative Standards:
Pacific Standard

MinnPost

@bakadesuyo (Twitter post)

Economix Blog – New York Times

Blog > National Affairs (pens)

NPR

Washington Monthly

Entangled

Tufts Journal

Boston Globe

LA Daily News

The Situationist

The Chronicle of Higher Education

Eiseman Color Blog

Tufts Daily

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